- 6 years ago
Playing tracks by
Colin Stetson, Max Roach & Abbey Lincoln, Fatima, Jamie Woon, Sven Kacirek and more.
On May 8th 2011 the Blues originator Robert Johnson would have been 100 years old. If you say that Blues is the mother of all music which came afterwards like Soul, Jazz, Rock'n'Roll and also todays diverse musical excursions then Robert Johnson may have jammed with some of the artists featured in this weeks soulsearching. Random selection, from the extraordinary album by Colin Stetson to a great new talent out of Toronto, Jesse Futerman, the amazing Fatima with Floating Points, the wonderful compositions by Robag Wruhme and Mount Kimbie as well as Sven Kacireks Kenya takes in an edit by Lawrence and the rerelease of Lucky Browns killer LP via Tramp Records plus exclusives like Ben Westbeechs new album on Strictly Rythm, postponed to a September release or Joseph Maliks diverse return into directions in music. Then into some of todays definitions of the Blues and a little long version section.
All good, spontaneous random play done, now . . .
enjoy the music.